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Author profile: Stewart Binns

TV producer and military fiction author Stewart Binns knows telling stories can change lives – including his own, he tells Margaret James

The historical novelist Stewart Binns already had a successful career in television, winning BAFTA and Grierson awards for his documentary work, when he decided to try writing fiction. He is now a bestselling novelist. He and his wife Lucy are the co-founders of Big Ape Media, an independent production and distribution company, and they offer a range of services to writers, too.

But Stewart’s journey to success hasn’t always been an easy one. Many writers come from backgrounds that are in some way connected with the arts, but this wasn’t the case with Stewart, who was born into very humble circumstances in Burnley.

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